In Part 1 we presented a modified approach to determining the total power absorbed by a charged damped oscillator . Some of the implications of this approach were explored in Part 2. In Part 3 we introduce the Sigma function. In this short paper it appears that we have found an ambiguity in a standard derivation for the theoretical black-body spectrum found in some standard texts. This ambiguity leads to a number of question, such as what will we find if we look at all values for k over the... Topics: Resonance Absorption, Charged Damped Oscillator, black body radiation, Sigma Function

In Part 1 we presented a modified approach to determining the total power absorbed by a charged damped oscillator . Some of the implications of this approach were explored in Part 2. In Part 3 we introduce the Sigma function . In part 4 the spectrum analysis of a two-node model of an electron is presented. In our model of a two-node system in equilibrium, the electrostatic energy of the system is equal to and in equilibrium to the magnetic energy. In an electron, we find the same type of... Topics: Resonance Absorption, Charged Damped Oscillator, two node system, in equilibrium, self-induction,...

Resonance absorption by a charged damped oscillator is a standard part of freshman physics, and forms an important part of the work of physicists and engineers. The standard derivation of the expression for energy absorption by a charged damped oscillator in a uniform, homogeneous and isotropic black body field can be found in any standard textbook. The system can be considered having a coupling to a source and a response function. In terms of the dispersion of the system, we have a spectrum of... Topics: Resonance Absorption, Charged Damped Oscillator, black body radiation, coupling, source term,...

In part 1, the resonance absorption of a charged damped oscillator was derived, In part 2 a relativistic invariant form factor is introduced and a model for the mass for a dressed electron and a quark is presented. The only parameters in this model is a characteristic time b, the time light takes to travel a distance on the order of the size of the particle, as well as the measured charge e and the speed of light c. An interpretation of the Form Factor sech(bÏ) and its relativistic invariance... Topics: Resonance absorption, Charged Damped Oscillator, Dressing Transformation, Form Function,...